Samsung is developing a full-screen mobile phone

时间:2020-02-21
Samsung is developing a full-screen hand recently. Foreign media reported that Samsung is launching a full-screen smartphone. The screen of the mobile phone extends to both sides to the side, presumably the design of Galaxy A100···

Recently, foreign media reported that Samsung is launching a full-screen smartphone. The screen of the mobile phone extends to the side, presumably the design of Galaxy A100.


According to Letsgodigital, Samsung has been highly praised for its screen advantages over the years. Surface screens are used in Samsung's Galaxy S and Note series. Samsung is expected to further develop this screen technology in the next few years. The screen will continue to extend to both sides of the phone to provide a new look for the future.


Recently, Samsung submitted and announced various patents, including many aspects of screen: push-pull display design ("easy Labao" design), so that the screen can be increased by 60%; full screen pebble appearance design; double arc (both left and right sides are screens) display design; flexible screen, using left and right scalable screen. Design, etc. This series of patents indicates that Samsung is studying the new appearance of the display screen.


According to Letsgodigital, Samsung may choose to use new and innovative technologies in the Galaxy A series of smartphones. These mid-level smartphones work well with young people and make it easier for Samsung to get feedback from users. If the new technology succeeds, it will be further developed and used in high-end models.


Letsgodigital speculated that the Samsung Galaxy A100 might not appear again in 2019, and the device was first launched in early 2020. It should be noted that Samsung (temporarily) suspended the so-called full-screen v2.0 program.

Recently, foreign media reported that Samsung is launching a full-screen smartphone. The screen of the mobile phone extends to the side, presumably the design of Galaxy A100.


According to Letsgodigital, Samsung has been highly praised for its screen advantages over the years. Surface screens are used in Samsung's Galaxy S and Note series. Samsung is expected to further develop this screen technology in the next few years. The screen will continue to extend to both sides of the phone to provide a new look for the future.


Recently, Samsung submitted and announced various patents, including many aspects of screen: push-pull display design ("easy Labao" design), so that the screen can be increased by 60%; full screen pebble appearance design; double arc (both left and right sides are screens) display design; flexible screen, using left and right scalable screen. Design, etc. This series of patents indicates that Samsung is studying the new appearance of the display screen.


According to Letsgodigital, Samsung may choose to use new and innovative technologies in the Galaxy A series of smartphones. These mid-level smartphones work well with young people and make it easier for Samsung to get feedback from users. If the new technology succeeds, it will be further developed and used in high-end models.


Letsgodigital speculated that the Samsung Galaxy A100 might not appear again in 2019, and the device was first launched in early 2020. It should be noted that Samsung (temporarily) suspended the so-called full-screen v2.0 program.